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Old 02-23-2010, 03:49 PM
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6.0 DRT dead right there wont start HELP

Hello im a newbe so be gental
My 03-6.0 with 192,000 miles on it was running down the road fine and dandy 75mph and lost all power and died DRT
all it will do is turn over it has no oil pressure while turning
we put a code reader on it its not throwing any codes other than a fuel pressure sensor this truck has been bullet proof
HELP
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:58 PM
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no oil pressure an the truck def wont start
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:21 AM
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Fuel is not the problem
come on guys i need your help i have to fix this truck i have cows to move next month
if it is the HPOP how big of a pain is it to replace
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Old 02-24-2010, 06:33 AM
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Do you have a scanner (not a code scanner)? See the link in my signature for no-start help.
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on an 03 it is more than likely a failed high pressure oil pump. you need to check and see how much if any icp pressure you have. if it doesnt have atleast 500 psi it will nnot start. check it out and post back.
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will this scanner do what i need if so i will go get it today
Scan Gauge II or any suguestions
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ScanGaugeII will not tell you what you need to know.

Check out AutoEnginuity® - OBD2 Scan Tool - Professional PC and PDA Diagnostics ... if you decide to go that route, make sure you get the Ford package with it (for the additional Ford-specific sensors).
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we have not been able to scan it yet
a heavy machine mechanic friend came over and pulled the lines HFCM and and we aint getting any fuel to come out
this thing should be pumping a stream shouldnt it
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we have not been able to scan it yet
a heavy machine mechanic friend came over and pulled the lines HFCM and and we aint getting any fuel to come out
this thing should be pumping a stream shouldnt it
The code you retrieved wouldn't happen to be P0232 would it? Does it pump fuel when you supply + and - to it? If not, it sounds like you need a new HFCM. The part numbers from Ford are PFB-93 and 6C3Z-9F759-A for the parts you need to repair this, IF YOU AREN'T GETTING FUEL TO THE ENGINE AND THERE IS POWER AND GROUND TO IT.
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Old 02-28-2010, 01:55 PM
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on a code reader it has not thrown any codes
we took the HFCM put a fuel line to it and in a gallon of fuel and put a +and - to it and it aint doing spit
are the part numbers for a complete unit or the pump
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